Even if you don't believe in resurrection and supernatural, this does not necessarily mean you will defy the Christmas holydays. And this means you will need not only a Christmas tree but some other things to celebrate the holyday with. Among them are surely Christmas lights. Until recently people somehow could manage it without LEDs but not this era. Of course, LED Christmas lights are not very cheap but you should know LED lights can last for more than 10 years. In this case it may be a good option for a purchase, especially for those who are not used to change home every few years. First, calculate the expenses LED lights, compare with the strands of incandescent Christmas lights which typically last no more than 6 years, and you may come to the conclusion that buying LEDs is really worthwhile.
Yes, LED Christmas lights are more expensive up front, however in the long run you will be saving dollars because LEDs are much more energy-saving. In fact, conventional filament bulbs need nearly ten times more energy than LED lights. So in a short time you'll discover that LEDs can fully recoup their cost, being at the same time much more eco-friendly due to less power consumption.
You may also find one more reason to use LED lights instead of obsolete incandescent lights. With conventional filament Christmas lights you can string together no more than 4-5 strands from one plug. If you string more strands, then most certainly a fuse in the strands circuitry will blow. With LED lights you can string together 20 and 30 and even 50 of LED strands from one plug without any problem, since LEDs, as mentioned above, consume up to 10 times less electric energy. And remember that it is very important to connect strands of the same wattage, no matter if you are choosing LEDs or incandescent lights.